TABLE OF CONTENTS. Letter of Pope Pius X. to the Abbess of Stanbrook. Preface. PART I. Practical. Chapter I. Historical Sketch i Chapter II. The Pronunciation of Latin 6 Chapter III. Notation 12 Chapter IV. Tonality 20 Chapter V. Rhythm 34 Chapter VI. Psalmody 46 Chapter VII. Hymnody 59 Chapter VIII. Accompaniment 62 Chapter IX. The Sung Parts of the Mass, and Vespers 64 Chapter X. The Liturgical Recitatives 70 Chapter XI. The Liturgical Books 79 APPENDIX. Broken Mediations of the Psalm-tones... Topic: Gregorian chant
Here are the propers for the Feast of Christ the King according to the Traditional Roman Liturgy. For the benefit of groups which sing Gregorian chant in Catholic churches. Topics: gregorian chant, catholic, traditional
byBirkle, Suitbertus, 1876-1926; Lemaistre, A., editor
CONTENTS. Preface 7 Introduction 11 FIRST PART. THE ELEMENTS OF PLAIN CHANT. Chapter I. — NOTATION. 13 1. Notes 13 2. The Staff 17 3. The Clefs 17 4. Custos (Guide) 18 5. Accidentals 18 Chapter II.— THE INTERVALS 19 1. Seconds 19 2. Thirds 21 3. Fourths 23 4. Fifths 24 The Singing of the Intervals: (a) Tone Formation 25 (b) Vowels 26 (c) Consonants 26 (d) Accent 27 Chapter III.— THE MODES 27 SECOND PART. THE MELODIES OF PLAIN CHANT. Plain Chant Melody 31 I. MUSICAL FORM IN GENERAL.... Topics: Gregorian chant, Gregorian chants
Oratory Chant Schola Julia Wedman, Violin Norman Engel, Cornetto Philip Fournier, Organ & Direction Arrangement of Gregorian Mass II, Fons Bonitatis, for Schola, Organ, and Treble Instruments, by Philip Fournier Topics: Fons Bonitatis, Lubeck, Gregorian Chant, Philip Fournier
Tenebrae for Holy Thursday according to the Traditional Roman Liturgy. Tenebræ is the name given to the service of Matins and Lauds belonging to the last three days of Holy Week . This service, as the "Cæremoniale episcoporum" expressly directs, is to be anticipated and it should be sung shortly after Compline "about the twenty-first hour", i.e. about three p.m. on the eve of the day to which it belongs. "On the three days before Easter... Topics: gregorian chant, catholic, traditional, roman liturgy
Organ Prelude: Buxtehude Magnificat, verse 2 (from the small setting) & J.S. Bach, Fugue on the Magnificat Introit "Vultum Tuum" Kyrie, Jean Mouton, "Missa Dictes moy toutes voz pensees"\ Gloria, from the Mouton Mass Gradual "Diffusa Est" Tract "Audi Filia" Credo, from the Mouton Mass Offertory, Ave Maria, Francisco Guerrero Offertory, Organ Improvisation, Philip Fournier Sanctus, Thomas Tallis, Mass for 4 voices Benedictus, Tallis Agnus Dei,... Topics: Bach, Buxtehude, Guerrero, Mouton, Tallis, Gregorian Chant
A paper delivered by Dom Mark Daniel Kirby OSB (prior of Silverstream Priory, Stamullen, Co. Meath, Ireland) to the international symposium "Council and Continuity: The Interim Missals and the Immediate Post-Conciliar Liturgical Reform", sponsored by the Diocese of Phoenix, Arizona, held in October 2011. The paper concerns the development and function of the Propers of the Mass (Introit, Gradual, Offertory, Communion Verse) in the ancient Roman Rite and how these elements were treated... Topics: catholic, liturgy, scripture, psalms, gregorian chant
Propers for the First Sunday of Advent according to the Traditional Roman Liturgy. There is a old prayer sung before the Introit which I have included. Topics: gregorian chant, catholic, traditional, roman liturgy
Practice Gregorian Chant, learning solfege intervals of a third (major and minor), following lesson VIII of Dom Gregory Sunol's "Text book of Gregorian Chant according to the Solesmes Method" Topics: chant, Gregorian chant, sacred music, sunol, solfege
Chants of the OFM, Franciscans. Most chants are known, but have slight variations in melody. Includes the Te Deum, juxta morem Romanum and also many Marian hymns and antiphonae, including the not well known but beautiful O Virgo Pulcherrima, chanted by Giovanni Vianini on YouTube, december 2009 Adeste fideles; Adoremus I. >> antiphona; Adoremus II. >> antiphona; Adoro te devote I >> rhythmus; Adoro te devote II >> rhythmus; Alma Redemptoris Mater (solemnis); Alma... Topics: hymns, Franciscans, OFM, latin, gregorian, chant
This chant is from Matt 16:18. The scripture that we as Catholics believe illustrates Jesus establishing the papacy, on Peter and the succession of leaders of the Church after him. Topics: Catholic, papacy, bible, fundamentalism, apologetics, chant, gregorian chant, Pope
ES: Canto gregoriano + campanas de iglesia = atmósfera monástica. Mi objetivo es usar esto como tono de alarma en mi teléfono para indicar cuando debo rezar una hora de la liturgia de las horas. EN: Gregorian chant + church bells = monastic atmosphere. Mi objective is to use this as smart phone to tell me when it is time to pray a hour of the liturgy of the hours. Topics: Pange lingua gloriosi, gregorian chant, canto gregoriano, alarm, alarma
byThomas Merton & the Trappist Monks at the Abbey of Gethsemani, Kentucky
Gregorian Chants are mostly scripture passages in Latin! Thomas Merton translates Latin to English as his fellow Trappist monks sing Gregorian Chants. This LP is a highly prized item and many lamented that apparently a CD version didn't exist. At considerable expense, I sent the LP to a professional media formatter because I wanted all to enjoy it. Most of the chants are the parables of Jesus, Scripture Passages etc. #1] Exsurge is a quote from Psalm43: 23-26 Topics: Gregorian Chant, Thomas Merton, Plainchant, Exsurge, Chant Translations.
The seventh release and fourth Album-A-Day from electronic musician Adhesion. Meant as a German album, all of the titles and samples are in German, although there is no real German singing. Genres include downtempo, techno, ambient and gregorian chant. Made on December 20th/21st, 2005 according to the rules of the Album-A-Day project. More info: http://www.evilresidence.com Topics: Ambient, Album-A-Day, Evil Residence Records, Downtempo, Electronic, Experimental, Techno, German,... Source: Adhesion
Adoramus Te performed and recorded by Charles Rice Goff III The motet: "Adoramus Te" was composed in the 1500's (exact date uncertain) by Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina. Throughout his adult life and well beyond his passing, Palestrina was highly regarded as an innovative musical composer. He was employed to write music and/or conduct choirs for several Popes as well as for some high ranking members of Europe's 16th Century nobility. Palestrina's "Adoramus Te" is a... Topics: Palestrina, Charles Rice Goff III, C. Goff III, Taped Rugs Productions, Motet, Gregorian Chant,...
The morning recollection by Msgr. Andrew Wadsworth, Superior/Moderator of the Oratory in-Formation at Saint Thomas Apostle Church in Washington, DC on the Spirituality of Gregorian Chant – Jan 24th MOBILE DEVICES : Free: Download ‘Internet Archive’ from your APP STORE. Search by keywords. Search also by my name. I upload ALL talks and daily homilies at STA. Feed on the manna from heaven anytime anywhere. Apostolate : Please feel free to forward this mail to your family and... Topics: Spirituality of Gregorian Chant, Msgr. Andrew Wadsworth, Saint Thomas Apostle Church, Washington...
byThomas Mrton & Monks at Abbey of Gethesemi, Kentucky
This wonderful LP by famed Trappist Monk & Author, Thomas Merton was (according to my research) lamented because it wasn't available as a CD or in mp3 form. I paid a considerable sum to have one of the best media conversion houses in California eliminate pops on the LP. These are all eleven tracks on SIDE ONE. SIDE TWO are all Marian chants & hymns--some of which I sang in Catholic school and maybe someday I will spend a few hours to download them here. You may note that 10 of the... Topics: Merton, Monk, Monastery, Thomas Merton, Trappist, Gregorian Chant, Chant, Contemplative, Latin,...